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Tag: cannabis extraction
An industrial-grade cannabis chiller has a hefty responsibility to keep your cannabis extraction equipment cool so your processes run smoothly. However, we’d argue that a cannabis chiller worth your investment must accomplish more – it must also help level up your operation by maximizing the quantity and quality of extracted THC, CBD, or CBN.
How can a cannabis chiller do that?
In this article, we’ll reveal the cannabis chiller’s secret to helping you get the most from your extraction processes for a larger and higher quality yield.
Industrial chillers use process cooling to funnel heat away from industrial equipment to keep it going strong. Whether air- or water-cooled, their hard-working and high-performance capabilities provide the ideal cooling solution for many industrial chiller applications:
- Beer brewing
- Dairy milk processing
- Food processing
- Medical equipment
- Cannabis extraction
- Low-temperature applications
- Industrial manufacturing
Keep reading to learn more about how industrial chillers keep process equipment cool in these applications.
Top 3 Cannabis Extraction Methods
Cannabis extraction removes active ingredients cannabinoid and terpene from the cannabis plant, often using a solvent. Solvent-based extraction dissolves unwanted compounds to yield a more refined and potent form of cannabis for edibles, beverages, topicals, or direct consumption. As the cannabis industry continues to explode, growers are continually evaluating which solvents and extraction methods produce the best results.
In this article, we’ll cover the following top three solvent-based cannabis extraction methods in 2021, highlighting the benefits and considerations for each one:
- Supercritical CO2
Continue reading to learn more about these solvent-based extraction methods and how you can use them to enhance your operation.